Kojuu Safaris is here to ensure that from the moment you hit that button and send us an email, to the moment you get back you have a big smile on your face, no surprises! To give you a hit, see everything you need to know before you pack that bag.
Upon arrival at the Airport if you have book transfer with Kojuu Safaris. You will always meet a transfer Guide with Kojuu Safaris signed board written your name in a capital letter. He will meet and greet you and transfer you to your accommodation in Arusha for relaxation, dinner and overnight.
Visa can either be obtained at the entry point or online. Make sure that you have a valid passport whose expiry date is sufficient for you to be allowed to enter Tanzania. (The date must be at least six months from the date of travel, for tourists, and longer for business travelers).
To minimize the risk of being bitten by mosquitoes, tsetse flies and other insects, you should wear long-sleeved shirts and long trousers at all times, use insect repellent and sleep under insect nets where these are provided, avoid bushes.
The National Language in Tanzania is Swahili though some of the Tanzania speaks both English and Swahili. While arriving in Tanzania you might want to know few words.
You can always book your international flight online or our tour specialist can book it on your behalf. There are numbers of company that most of our client use such as Turkish Airways, Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airways, Rwanda Air, Qatar and many others depend on destinations.
Tanzania is located at The Tanzania mainland is bounded by Uganda, Lake Victoria, and Kenya to the north, by the Indian Ocean to the east, by Mozambique, Lake Nyasa. The population is 61,791,000. The head of the state and Government is President. The capital city is Dodoma. Currently our President is a Woman -Honorable Mama SamiaSuluhu Hassan.
WHEN TO VISIT
Tanzania is good to travel all year round depend on your destination except March and April where we experience heavy rain. In May we also experience rain but at the early days of the month but as days goes by mostly short afternoon showers seldom likely to interfere on your trip. The best time is also dry season from June to October, during this period the parks has a lot to offer.
Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted in Tanzania, albeit usually with a 4% surcharge. In certain places, such as Masai villages, cash will be the only acceptable method of payment for souvenirs.US Dollars is always the best currency to carry and it is important that the bank notes you bring have been printed after the year 2006, as older notes are often not accepted.
ATM are available in Airports (outside the arrival exit door not inside the Airport), Arusha town, Moshi town, Manyara, Karatu, Seronera and Stone town in Zanzibar (Nungwi and other beach destinations are currently still not a part of ATM network).